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Subscribe to the Global Network of Psychologists for Human Rights.

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You can subscribe as an individual by sending in your name, email, and interest areas.

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Ways to Participate in Global Network Activities

Student/young person representation on the GNPHR steering group

Are you a student or young person (under 40 years of age) interested in joining the GNPHR Steering Committee? The GNPHR invites applications. For role description, see: terms of reference *

Share Your Experiences and Examples

One of the best ways to illustrate the intersection of psychology and human rights is through example. We are looking for examples of your encounters with human rights issues in your professional life. You might describe a time when you protected (or failed to protect) human rights, or advocated for what you saw as a human rights issue. The events might be in your clinical, research, academic, applied, or volunteer work.

Please send your narrative / story (500-1000 words) to Marlena Plavšic, . We will compile these for publication in the GNPHR Bulletin and on the website. Please also indicate if you would like your stories to remain anonymous.

Share your expertise and opinion

We invite you to contribute a blog or opinion piece on general human rights issues; human rights education or strategies for raising the profile of human rights within psychology or. your professional life. Students are also welcome to contribute, including on student needs for learning about and addressing human rights.

Please contact the GNPHR Blog editor ( with ideas for the article you would like to write!

Send articles/news/events

If you come across a human rights article or news, or know of an upcoming human rights event, please send for publication in the Bulletin. Send to the Bulletin editor Polli Hagenaars at